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Stazione Leopolda, Florence

Stazione Leopolda - Florence, Italy
Stazione Leopolda
viale Fratelli Rosselli 5, Florence, Italy 50144Map
Neighborhood: Careggi / Rifredi
Overview

The Stazione Leopolda was the first train station built in Florence back in 1861. It remained a train station through World War II when it was used as a shipping depot for war supplies, until it was bombed in May 1944. The building was basically used for storage throughout the years until it was remodeled and refurbished into what it is today: a multi-use entertainment facility that hosts concerts, exhibits, conferences and festivals.

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